Dr. Thomas Bithell, D.C.
Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Bithell began his chiropractic career in 1999 as an associate with several other medical and chiropractic doctors in both clinic and hospital based health care offices. In August of 2000 Dr. Bithell began practicing in Castle Rock. At that time, he established his first clinic in a little house in the historic downtown area. In 2006 he moved to a brand new office that he designed from the ground up.
Dr. Bithell has, over the years, developed a wide repertoire of the most effective therapies. Now in his new clinic off of Founders Parkway, he provides traditional hands on chiropractic adjusting, instrument assisted manipulation, physical therapy, and traction decompression using state of the art equipment.
Dr. Bithell received his doctorate in chiropractic from the National College of Chiropractic in Chicago Illinois, now the National University of Health Sciences. Prior to receiving his doctorate, Dr. Bithell was awarded two Bachelor of Science degrees, one in human anatomy from NCC and one in biology from Eastern Michigan University.
Dr. Bithell and his wife and four children have made their home in Castle Rock since 2000. He is actively involved in his community. In the past he served two years as the secretary for the local Kiwanis Club, a service organization dedicated to providing care and education for children around the world. He is also a Boy Scout leader for a local troop and is active in service and volunteer work through his church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Meet the Staff:
The staff at Bithell Family Chiropractic is trained to answer all of your basic healthcare questions. They are insurance specialists and can assist you in determining what contribution your insurance can make toward paying for your care. They are also trained to assist the doctor in taking x-rays, performing examinations, and in aiding the doctor with treatment therapies. The staff at Bithell Family Chiropractic is the pride and envy of the Castle Rock chiropractic community.